Dr. Giulia Tercovich is the Assistant Director of the Research Centre for Security, Diplomacy and Strategy, Coordinator for Student Learning and Faculty Support, and Assistant Professor in International Affairs at the Brussels School of Governance. She has a double-doctoral degree in Politics and International Studies from the University of Warwick (UK) and Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium). She was Erasmus Mundus PhD Fellow in the GEM PhD School in Globalization, the EU and Multilateralism. She holds a Master degree in International Relations and Diplomacy from the University of Trieste (Gorizia). She has worked for the United Nations Liaison Office for Peace and Security (UNLOPS), the European External Action Service in the Crisis Response and Operational Coordination Department and for the Italian Permanent Representation to the EU, assisting the delegate to the Committee for Civilian Aspects of Crisis Management (CivCom).
Her research interests include EU Crisis Management, Humanitarian aid and Civil Protection, EU interregional relations (mainly with ASEAN, AU, GCC), EU inter-organizational relations (UN and NATO), Political leadership, as well as innovative and active education.
At the Brussels School of Governance she is teaching Introduction to Academic Writing and Critical Thinking and she is coordinating the Postgraduate certificate in Global Risk Analysis & Crisis Management (GRACM). As Coordinator for Student Learning and Faculty Support she is responsible for supporting the academic development of the undergraduate and graduate student body in the School’s spirit of ‘Theory-Guided, Practice-Embedded and Experiential Learning’ (TPEL), including the support of the development of innovative teaching methods and experiential learning experiences.